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On this week’s Native Bidaské (Spotlight), Chef Sean Sherman joined Native News Online staff for a discussion about his work in revitalizing Indigenous food systems as a Native chef, as well as the harmful legacy of residential and Indian boarding schools. 

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On this day, May 26th, some 385 years ago, the Pequot Tribe was devastated by an attack instigated by the English Puritans and their Native allies. This massacre was one of the many attacks by the Puritans during a three-year war, but it was the Pequot’s first defeat.

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LAS VEGAS —  Quannah Chasinghorse (Hän Gwich’in and Sicangu Oglala Lakota)  made a surprise visit Tuesday to the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development’s 2022 Reservation Economic Summit (RES), where she was an immediate hit.

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Aylssa London is a multi-talented Tlingit woman. A Stanford University graduate, a former Miss Alaska and an author, London will now give Indian Country some much-needed national media coverage as a contributor to NBC News. 

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The night before the Interior Department issued a historic report on its investigation into Indian Boarding Schools, Assistant Secretary Bryan Newland got some helpful insight at home. 

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WASHINGTON — In addition to articles already covered by Native News Online, here is a roundup of other news released from Washington, D.C. that impacts Indian Country during the past week.

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Georgia Republican Gubernatorial Primary Candidate Kandiss Taylor was trending on Twitter on Thursday, for remarkably stupid comments about the founding of Georgia, saying:

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The United States Senate on Wednesday confirmed Judge Sunshine Sykes to serve as a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. She is a citizen of the Navajo Nation. 

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The Canadian Government has proposed new legislation that, if passed, would work towards dismantling “systemic racism in Canada’s criminal justice system”—particularly impacting Indigenous women, who are disproportionately represented in the criminal justice system.